SecuTec® Genu

Functional orthosis for stabilization of the knee

SecuTec® Genu Detail

A torn ligament, collateral ligament injury or operation on the meniscus can mean that the knee joint needs to external support and control for a period of time. SecuTec® Genu is a lightweight sturdy knee orthosis, designed to fit the anatomy of the leg. It is easy to put on and take off, fits perfectly and is very comfortable to wear.

  • Strong stabilization of the knee
  • Extremely lightweight and low profile
  • High level of wearing comfort

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High-tech healing powers

With the SecuTec® Genu, being sturdy and being lightweight are not mutually exclusive. This is made possible by a special, very strong light metal alloy. Breathable, non-slip pads ensure that the orthosis sits securely and comfortably on the leg. In 2007, this concept also impressed the jury for the Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Initiative. They awarded the SecuTec® Genu the Innovation Prize in the Industry category.

Stability and comfort

The SecuTec® Genu is to put on and off due to its design. There is therefore no need to bend the knee joint during donning. This minimizes stress peaks on the ligaments or ligament structures that are under strain. Orthotists can easily adapt the frame to fit any particular leg shape.

Quality from the medical retailer

SecuTec® Genu and other Bauerfeind products are available from medical and other orthopedic retailers. Here, trained staff will advise you and take precise measurements to ensure that your orthosis is sitting comfortably and securely in position.

Product range

Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 Order number
1 Circumfer. 6" below knee  11 - 123/5 121/5- 134/5 132/5- 15 141/6- 153/4 153/8- 17 161/2- 181/8 12146101050+0°
2 Circumfer. 63/4" above Knee 15 - 165/9 161/7- 173/4 171/3- 191/3 19 - 207/8 20 - 224/9 212/7- 222/3
PCL kit             1294611107000°

+6=right, +7=left
°=size

Measurement

Measurement

Indications

  • Instabilities after rupturing the anterior and/or posterior cruciate ligament (ACL/PCL) 
  • After ligament surgery
  • Complex instabilities (traumatic, degenerative) 
  • To restrict the range of movement of the knee (for example, after collateral ligament injuries, meniscal suturing or meniscal implantation)

Tips for your knee

You can find information here about how to keep your knees in top condition!